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    Surely Iambic will release a version of Agendus for the Pre at some time. Personally, it's one of the programs I can't do without. To get an idea of what it probably will look like, check out the screen shots for the latest version of Agendus for iphone at:

    iambic.com/agendus/iphone/whatsnew.asp

    (Sorry this is not posted as a link, but apparently you must have a minimum number of posts before you can post links)
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    I suspect they will consider it once they have the SDK and there is enough demand.
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    iambic isnt the quickest coders in the world, and not the friendliest either.

    the iphone app just came out didnt it?

    and these ******* are only charging $8 for it? how much did i spend on it over the years including "updates"

    i will probably skip their webos version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe View Post
    iambic isnt the quickest coders in the world, and not the friendliest either.

    the iphone app just came out didnt it?

    and these ******* are only charging $8 for it? how much did i spend on it over the years including "updates"

    i will probably skip their webos version.
    Bitter much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADGrant View Post
    Bitter much.
    yes about iambic.
    Felipe
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    Mostly happy experience with Agendus here - and I use Agendus Desktop and PalmOS.
    Glad the iPhone version came out. Let's see how long a WebOS version takes
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    I'm confused. I thought Apple was not allowing third party apps into its app store that replicated built in functions of the iPhone OS. Doesn't Agendus replicate the built-in PIM apps? How did they manage to get it approved to the app store??

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